Windows 8 Live Tiles are a great way of showing constantly updated information regarding stock prices, weather bulletins etc on the Windows 8 Start Screen.
Is it plausible to suggest that they can actually (maybe "sneakily") use vast amounts of data in a short period of time & one could easily exceed their monthly data cap (very early on in a month) if they are not careful ?
(As might be seen from the TCPView software in Windows 8 showing that BITS was downloading masses of data - for no apparent reason).
If this is the case, is their a way to prevent or at least limit the amount of data each tile downloads (without actually turning the live tile "off") ?
Additionally from a logical perspective are certain Live Tiles more prone to using up more bandwidth quickly, because they download more data than other Live Tiles, therefore perhaps they should be avoided or kept to a minimum on the Windows 8 Start Screen ?